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foreign policy and, boy, did we get reaction from the liberal readership. i wrote one article that caused a largest number of canceled subscriptions in the history of the magazine which i was very proud of. >> what was the writing like? >> it's always been extremely step by step logical. you can read a column by charles about something and you can still disagree with him after you're through with it and then you know you must have a pretty good argument. >> those arguments had conservative columnists like william f. buckley wondering why krauthammer and "the new republic" were not supporting reagan in 1984. >> why don't you give up on the democrats and i was still one of those who wanted to sort of save the soul of the democratic party and maintain this conservative element of which the magazine really was. >> krauthammer filed off a letter to buckley writing, reagan still had, quote, a lot to answer for on foreign policy and his domestic policy was far worse. quote, the catalog of sins we believe the president has committed is too long to recap late here but krauthammer says he privately
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